As a consultant, I spend much of my time capturing concepts and describing approaches in text and visuals. Fortunately, some of what I’ve written can be seen outside of a client context.

One place where I irregularly write is on my personal blog, Friday Sushi. Professionally, I’ve had pieces published in a number of different ways and below are some references to works that I’ve written, co-authored, edited or have been an active contributor in publication.

  1. “Beyond Boutique: Educational Technology and Value on Investment” White paper. Blackboard Consulting, Oct. 2011.
  2. “Mobile Agility and the Anytime, Anywhere Impact on IT” White paper. Blackboard Consulting, Apr. 2011.
  3. “Clouds Settle on Campus” Four-part series on cloud computing for the online edition of The Greentree Gazette, Aug. 2008.
  4. IEEE 1484.20.1-2007, “IEEE Standard for Learning Technology: Data Model for Reusable Competency Definitions” Contributor. Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Computer Society, Jan. 2008
  5. IEEE 1484.4-2007, “IEEE Trial-Use Recommended Practice for Digital Rights Expression Languages (DRELs) Suitable for eLearning Technologies” Contributor. IEEE Computer Society, Sept. 2007.
  6. “That Academic Town, Chicago” The Greentree Gazette, Sept. 2007.
  7. “Academic Computing Must Be Nimble, Yet Stable” The Greentree Gazette, July 2007.
  8. “Do We Need a Place to Learn?” The Greentree Gazette, May 2007.
  9. “Learning Management in a Web 2.0 World” The Greentree Gazette, Mar. 2007.
  10. “In a Gazette Minute: Chad Kainz on the LMS” The Greentree Gazette, January 2007
  11. “University of Chicago: USITE Crerar Computing Cluster & CyberCafé.” With Shirley Dugdale, DEGW North America. Chapter 40 of Learning Spaces, Diana Oblinger, editor. EDUCAUSE, 2006.
  12. IEEE 1484.12.1-2002, “IEEE Standard for Learning Object Metadata” Contributor. IEEE Computer Society, 2002.